The Studio Building 131 East 66th Street: Centennial of a New York Landmark. CATHERINE COLEMAN BRAWER.

The Studio Building 131 East 66th Street: Centennial of a New York Landmark

New York: The Author, 2006. Limited/Numbered. Monograph on the Studio Building at 131 E. 66th, designed by Charles Platt in 1906. Designed with lighting and ceiling heights appropriate for use as artists' studios, the cooperatively owned building with its large apartments became popular as a family residence as well. With a history of the neighborhood before the building; some original residents including Platt, lists of residents from 1906-2006, etc. #471 of 500 copies. 28 cm; 118 pp.; illustrated from photographs and plans. A fine copy in gilt-stamped red cloth with photographic image of the building affixed to front cover. Published without a dust jacket. Item #012756

Price: $200.00